Author: Stefan

Sam Olens and the Transgender Injunction

A Texas court has granted a temporary injunction in a case brought by a 13-state coalition and two schools districts. At issue is a “Dear Colleague” letter from the Department of Education that purports to require schools to offer restroom facilities consistent with the self-expressed gender of the students, rather than the gender assigned to

Runoff Rundown: State Senate edition

There are two State Senate runoffs, one in Augusta to replace Bill Jackson in District 24, and another to challenge incumbent JaNice Van Ness in district 43. The Augusta runoff pits former House member and 2012 John Barrow challenger Lee Anderson against newcomer and military veteran Greg Grzybowski. Anderson’s website is a bit short of policy

RUNOFF RUNDOWN: Fulton County Edition

Get excited, Georgia! Today is the day when we vote on the races a majority of us could not agree on last time. So what’s on the docket? LOTS. A selection of runoffs of Fulton County below. State House In House District 59 (Inman Park down to East Point), David Dreyer faces Janine Brown in what

Hank Johnson: Jewish Settlers akin to “termites”

Hank Johnson, who represents Georgia’s 4th Congressional District, appears to be in the news again with an ill-conceived analogy. Quoting from the Free Beacon: “There has been a steady [stream], almost like termites can get into a residence and eat before you know that you’ve been eaten up and you fall in on yourself, there

Morning Reads for Friday, June 24th!

On this date in history, the United States Government released its Roswell Incident report, claiming that the aliens people claimed to have seen were merely life-sized dummies and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is found guilty of abusing his power and having sex with an underage prostitute, and is sentenced to seven years in